KeyRocket is a Windows application that teaches you shortcuts. KeyRocket learns how you work and will show you keyboard shortcuts for actions that you perform regularly with your mouse. Once you’ve learned a shortcut, KeyRocket will stop recommendations for that actions. Check it out.
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Start Screen is a new feature introduced in Microsoft Office 2013. Like Windows 8, many people are used to the old layout and prefer to disable the Start Screen by default. Here are several ways to disable the start screen in Microsoft Office 2013.
You could have the most awesome computer, but still, your games crash on you. It could be due to a bug in the game or that your graphics card is fried. Nevertheless, let find out the probably cause for your game crash and also the solution to fix it.
What should you do when a Windows 8 app stop functioning the way it should? Sometimes these apps can just stop working and you have no idea what is wrong. Here are some ways you can use to troubleshoot a broken app in Windows 8.
Windows 8 comes with very little taskbar customization option. If you are looking to personalize your desktop and taskbar settings, here is how you can tweak and customize Windows 8 taskbar, with the help of 7+ Taskbar Tweaker.
We’ve seen tons and tons of screen savers that just fill your screen with a bunch of random graphics. If you want something that will give you added functionality, here are a few free Windows screen savers here that will have you clicking the “Preview” button just to keep seeing them.
While installing an application, you probably have the experience of accidentally associating it with a tons of file extensions. Here are two great tools that help you get rid of file type associations or change them in Windows.
Have you ever wondered what it’d be like to control media apps and functions of your Windows PC using your phone? Wouldn’t it be great if you could just pause VLC using your phone without having to walk over to the PC? Here is how you can do exactly that!
Using a clipboard manager to manage your clipboard history in Windows 8 is a good way to ensure the content you copied earlier is not lost. Here is a one good clipboard manager that you can use in Windows 8
If you’re having trouble deleting the Windows.old file and previous Windows installations on your computer, here is how you can delete them without breaking the system, and your mind.
Windows 8 boots up very fast, but as time passes, you’ll probably start to notice a slower boot time among other things. This article shows you the ways to tweak Windows 8 and make it run faster.
Are you looking for an easier way to backup, restore and synchronize your files and folders in Windows? Handy Backup is a simple, yet useful backup application for Windows and yes, we have a giveaway for it. Read on for more detail.
Do you need to merge multiple PDF files or images into a single file? Are you looking for an easy way to do this on your Windows PC? Look no further, today we’ll show you how to merge PDF files quickly and for free.
While changing computer, you can easily move your data, but not the installed program. Here is how to transfer installed programs from one PC to another.
Even after Microsoft’s simplified the licensing system for Windows 8, people are still confused which version of Windows 8 they should get. In this article, we are going to go through the various version of Windows 8 and which license you should get for your machine.
If you use more than a PC at a time, you will most probably have the issue of accommodating more than one set of keyboard and mouse at the same time, Here is how you can control multiple PCs with only one set of keyboard and mouse.
With the arrival of Google Docs, people are constantly asking themselves whether they really need to pay the cash to get Microsoft Office. $0 is infinitely better than any sum of money you could think of. But is it worth it to move onto Google Docs and abandon Office forever? Let’s find out!
The easiest way to make a website available for offline reading is to save it as a webpage in your desktop. The only limitation is that it only saves the current webpage and doesn’t save external elements. Here is how you can save a complete website with all the links, images and videos intact.
If you are not careful, Windows 8 can uses up bandwidth for an enormous amount of its operations and applications and cause you to pay more for the exceeded bandwidth. Here is how you can minimize the damage by using this OS in a stingy network, known as metering.
Internet Explorer is now available in Windows 8. Here are 3 reasons why you should reconsider using it.